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September 7, 2014 at 6:30 AM

Ryan Divish’s MLB power rankings

Rank (LW) Team Comment
1. (1) Angels
2. (5) Nationals They really might be the best team in baseball. With Bryce Harper starting to hit and Ryan Zimmerman nearing a return, they will have a ridiculous daily lineup.
3. (2) Orioles
4. (4) Dodgers
5. (6) Royals
6. (2) A’s
7. (11) Cardinals
8. (8) Tigers
9. (10) Mariners
10. (9) Giants
11. (12) Braves
12. (7) Brewers They’ve won twice in their last 11 games. Their play is similar to rotted bratwurst. Milwaukee’s new theme song should be by Tom Petty, “Free Falling.”
13. (13) Pirates
14. (14) Yankees
15. (15) Indians
16. (16) Blue Jays
17. (17) Marlins
18. (19) Rays
19. (18) Reds
20. (20) Mets
21. (22) Padres
22. (21) Cubs
23. (23) White Sox
24. (24) Phillies
25. (26) Twins
26. (28) Astros
27. (25) Red Sox
28. (27) Diamondbacks Daniel Hudson pitched one inning, a 1-2-3 inning, on Wednesday night in a nondescript 6-1 win over the Padres. But it was significant for Hudson, who is coming back after Tommy John surgeries the last two seasons.
29. (29) Rockies
30. (30) Rangers Baseball is worse off now that Ron Washington isn’t managing the Rangers. Hopefully the “personal matters” he needs to deal with get taken care of and he can return in some capacity.

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